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PGA Thoughts & Comments

Mito, oh no! Mito Pereira led the final round of the PGA Championship for 17 holes, and he stood on the 18th tee as the leader needing a par to win. He made double and finished tied for third. A lot of critics have blamed his decision to hit driver on the 72nd hole with…

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Be a Better Playing Partner

I’ve played with and seen many characters on the golf course during my career. Luckily, most have been great people and a pleasant experience. But I’ve seen my fair share of obnoxious idiots too. Read the room, observe, and be aware. Follow a little advice, and even if you can’t break 100, you’ll always be…

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The 3 Grips

The grip is one of the simplest things to learn in golf but one of the most important aspects of playing your best. It takes zero athletic ability to grip the club properly and it is crucial in manipulating the club face efficiently throughout the golf swing. Having ball flight issues? Look to your grip.…

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Make Time to Be On Time

I hate feeling rushed, thus I hate being late for anything. That overwhelming feeling of being the last to show up for something just adds to my already high anxiety level. That’s what’s so incredibly stupid about it…it’s something I can control. Avoiding the nerves that come with being flustered and rushed are totally avoidable.…

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3 Shots Every Player Must Have

The key to playing better golf is hitting better shots. As you roll your eyes and curse me for that awesome dose of obviousness, allow me to elaborate. To get over the hump and break the cusp of being a better player, you need to have some shots to rely on in certain situations. Having…

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